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C2-alpha-Mannosyltryptophan was discovered in human RNase 2, an enzyme that occurs in eosinophils and is involved in host defense. It represents a novel way of attaching carbohydrate to a protein in addition to the well-known N- and O-glycosylations. The reaction is specific, as in RNase 2 Trp-7, but never Trp-10, which is modified. In this article, we(More)
Subvisible proteinaceous particles which are present in all therapeutic protein formulations are in the focus of intense discussions between health authorities, academics and biopharmaceutical companies in the context of concerns that such particles could promote unwanted immunogenicity via anti-drug antibody formation. In order to provide further(More)
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